Joint local statement on Arua Municipality by-election
The European Union Delegation, the Heads of Mission of Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden and UK, and the Heads of Mission of Norway and Iceland have issued the following statement in Uganda.
Are you planning to travel to Norway? From 27th of July 2018, applications will be handled by the Norwegian Embassy in Nairobi
Not possible to apply for visas to Switzerland and Denmark from 2nd of July
Please note that with effect from Monday 2nd July 2018, the Norwegian Embassy will not be responsible for processing C-visa applications for Switzerland and Denmark.
2018 winners of the European Union Human Rights Defenders' Award announced
The Heads of Missions of the European Union (EU) Member States, the EU Delegation and Norway, are happy to announce Ms. Margaret Arach Orech and Mr Peter Sewakiryanga, as the winners of the EU Human Rights Defenders Award 2018.
Cooperation on Framework Conditions for Private Sector Development in the South – Call for proposals
Norad launches a new call for concept notes under the grant scheme: Cooperation on framework conditions for private sector development in developing countries.
NORPART Call for Applications 2018
Please find below information from the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU) regarding the NORPART Call for Applications 2018
2018 EU Human Rights Defenders Award: Call for nominations
The annual European Union Human Rights Defenders Award (EU HRD), now in its seventh year, is granted by the EU and its Member States in Uganda, and Norway to recognize the achievements of Human Rights Defenders in Uganda.
Nordic Sports Day 2018!
Participants from Norway, Iceland, Denmark and Sweden competed in a variety of sports during the Nordic Sports Day on Saturday 20th of January. In the evening, the triumphs were celebrated at Faze2 restaurant.
Norway to provide NOK 420 million to the UN emergency response fund in 2018
‘Norway will increase its contribution to the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) from NOK 380 million to NOK 420 million a year for the next four years.